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The Literacy Center (TLC) seeking Executive Director

| April 21, 2021
The Literacy Center (TLC) seeking Executive Director

The Literacy Center (TLC) is currently looking for a dynamic, experienced non-profit leader to fill the role of Executive Director. 

As the Executive Director for Literacy Volunteers of Coconino County/The Literacy Center, you will serve as the leader of a small non-profit organization. With the board, you will craft the organization long-term goals and be responsible for taking action to meet these goals. The major areas of responsibility are operations and fiscal management, staff management and supervision, fundraising and donor development, event planning, media and communications, public relations and marketing, board relations, and organizational development.

First applications to be reviewed on Thursday, April 22.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Flagstaff Seeking Children Who Could Benefit from a Mentor

| April 20, 2021
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Flagstaff Seeking Children Who Could Benefit from a Mentor

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Flagstaff is seeking children who could benefit from a mentor.

How to make a referrals:

Let the child’s guardian know you plan to make a referral
Visit www.flagstaffbigs.org  
Click “Enroll a Child”
Select “Click Here to Start Child Application”
Enter in zip code 86001
Enter all required fields and click submit
A member of the BBBSF team will contact the family to follow up!

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Northland Family Help Center seeking Case Manager, Overnight Advocate for the Domestic Violence Shelter

| April 20, 2021
Northland Family Help Center seeking Case Manager, Overnight Advocate for the Domestic Violence Shelter

Northland Family Help Center is in search of a Case Manager, Overnight Advocate for the Domestic Violence Shelter.

Northland Family Help Center’s Community Education Program promotes the prevention of sexual assault and sexual violence through education and outreach with middle school, high school, and college students as well as community members.

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Victim Witness Services seeking Victim Advocates in Flagstaff, Tuba City

| April 20, 2021
Victim Witness Services seeking Victim Advocates in Flagstaff, Tuba City

Victim Witness Services for Coconino County is seeking to hire a Victim Advocate in Flagstaff and a Victim Advocate in Tuba City.

Victim Witness Services is looking for victim advocates who can speak for and with victims, who can assist in times of extreme trauma, and who can be the supporter when someone is at their lowest point. We are looking for a team member who believes that each person is their own best expert in their lives and that one of the greatest gifts we can give is when we acknowledge that and support those decisions.

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Children’s Action Alliance — Foster Youth Need Stimulus Payments Too

| April 20, 2021
Children’s Action Alliance — Foster Youth Need Stimulus Payments Too

“It’s not controversial. Give young people the cash and trust them to make the decisions they need to make for their lives and their priorities. That’s my message,” said Aysha Schomburg, the Biden Administration’s top child welfare official during a town hall hosted by the national nonprofit Think of Us last week. Schomburg was responding to questions about the slow pace many states are taking to distribute $400 million in federal funds to foster youth. Those funds, allocated through the Consolidated Appropriations Act, are directed toward COVID relief for older and former foster youth, a population pushed even closer to the financial edge by the pandemic.

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Arizona Education Association Legislative Update

| April 20, 2021
Arizona Education Association Legislative Update

After months of focusing on their election audit, Senate Republicans finally met in closed caucus to discuss the state budget. Efforts to pass bills have slowed down now that the Senate and House Republicans have started serious budget discussions

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First Things First — We invite you to #ShareTheCareAZ

| April 20, 2021
First Things First — We invite you to #ShareTheCareAZ

This year, more than ever before, we have seen just how important early care and education providers are to support working families in our communities. Throughout the month of May, First Things First invites Arizonans to show their gratitude to these professionals who are essential for our families and our economy. Visit the Share the Care AZ page for simple ways to show support.

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AZCenter + CAA — We’re Hiring!

| April 20, 2021
AZCenter + CAA — We’re Hiring!

The Arizona Center for Economic Progress and Children’s Action Alliance are hiring! The Arizona Center for Economic Progress seeks a new Executive Director with the vision and skills to continue the growth of the AZCenter as a trusted source of information, an influential mover of policy, and as an agent of transformational change for traditionally marginalized populations. Among the skills the ideal candidate will have are the political savvy and strategic thinking to successfully advance policy solutions in a nonpartisan manner to build thriving communities and better economic opportunities for all Arizonans.

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Tuba City Child Abuse Prevention Council to hold Virtual Fun Run (April 25-30) in honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month

| April 20, 2021
Tuba City Child Abuse Prevention Council to hold Virtual Fun Run (April 25-30) in honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month

CPLC Parenting Arizona’s Tuba City Child Abuse Prevention Council will hold a Virtual Fun Run (April 25-30) in honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month

Use #CCAPPFFunRun on social media to show support. Register to receive a free t-shirt.

To register, email Samantha Wahl at Samantha.wahl@parentingaz.org

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United Way of Northern Arizona — Partner Update: C.U.D.D.L.E. Teaching Life Skills to Teens

| April 20, 2021
United Way of Northern Arizona — Partner Update: C.U.D.D.L.E. Teaching Life Skills to Teens

In school, in work and in life, teens don’t reach their goals all on their own; in order to move ahead, they need to know there’s a path to get to where they want to go.

C.U.D.D.L.E. Outreach has partnered with United Way of Northern Arizona to help adolescents in Page find that path. Through a program that identifies at-risk teens and provides them with essential life skills, they help ensure that this next generation is prepared for the realities of adulthood and ready to live up to their potential.

C.U.D.D.L.E. – the acronym stands for Children Under Duress Divinely Loved Everywhere – does this through a mix of programs and lessons that cover everything from how to open a savings account to making a grocery list to changing a tire on a car.

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